42 Quick Fist Clamps; 5 different sizes— all you need to mount tools and equipment for one truck in one package.
Quick Fist heavy duty rubber clamps mount easily in any vehicle to keep shovels, axes, hoses, and other tools or implements organized and securely in place. They are proving ideal for a wide variety of uses on work vehicles, fire and police units, off-road trucks, military equipment, 4x4s, ATVs, RVs, boats...or any wall.
Will not rust or corrode, they are not affected by salt or hot or cold climates.
Quick Fist Clamps are made of heavy duty, UV resistant, transportation grade rubber.
Made in the USA.
- 8 Mini Clamps
- 20 Quick Fist Clamps
- 6 Super Clamps
- 4 Nozzle Clamps
- 4 Long Arm Clamps
Quick Fist Clamps:
- Safely Holds Tools 1" to 2.5" in Diameter, up to 22 lbs.
- Safely holds Tools 1/2" to 1" in Diameter, up to 13 lbs.
- Holds Hose Nozzles 2-3/4" to 3-1/4" in Diameter, up to 50 lbs
- Holds tools, Tanks and Fire Extinguishers 2-1/2" to 9-1/2" in Diameter, up to 50 lbs.
Long Arm Clamps:
- Safely holds gas and water cans, and objects up to 15” in diameter, up to 150lbs.
"How many of each size?"
Tater, according to what we have on our web site at the bottom of the page; Assortment Includes: 8 Mini Clamps 20 Quick Fist Clamps 6 Super Clamps 4 Nozzle Clamps 4 Long Arm Clamps Quick Fist Clamps: Safely Holds Tools 1"" to 2.5"" in Diameter, up to 22 lbs. Mini Clamps: Safely holds Tools 1/2"" to 1"" in Diameter, up to 13 lbs. Nozzle Clamps: Holds Hose Nozzles 2-3/4"" to 3-1/4"" in Diameter, up to 50 lbs Super Clamps: Holds tools, Tanks and Fire Extinguishers 2-1/2"" to 9-1/2"" in Diameter, up to 50 lbs. Long Arm Clamps: Safely holds gas and water cans, and objects up to 15" in diameter, up to 150lbs.
"Are these NFPA approved?"
Jake, this is the answer we received back from the vendor; Southwest Research Institute (www.swri.edu) has tested the QUICK FIST clamps and all products meet the 9-G force standard when the weight of the item being held by the clamp They do meet the standard, but you need to be thinking about what you are using the brackets for, where you are using them, and the weight of tool or what ever you mounting . Some tools will need 2 or even 3 brackets. Hope this answers your question.
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